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'Breaking Bad' Alternate Ending Reveals It Was All a Dream

Image: 'Breaking Bad' Alternate Ending Reveals It Was All a Dream Bryan Cranston

Monday, 18 Nov 2013 01:11 PM

By Michael Mullins

A "Breaking Bad" alternate ending incorporating the former FOX TV sitcom "Malcolm in the Middle" with the AMC hit drama series that ended in September, was posted on YouTube over the weekend, where it reportedly received more than 800,000 views as of Sunday morning.

The video was subsequently removed by the video sharing website for copyright infringement on Sony Pictures. However, it remains available on other websites.

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In the three-minute-39-second spoof, actor Bryan Cranston, who played the high school science-teacher turned meth king pin Walter White in "Breaking Bad," wakes up from a bad dream about his former role as the loving, comical father named Hal he played on "Malcolm in the Middle."

Cranston wakes up his "Malcolm in the Middle" wife actress Jane Kaczmarek and frantically tries to explain that he "just had the scariest dream" to which his dismissive TV wife tells him to stop "eating those deep-fried Twinkies."

"I was this world class chemist and I sold and cooked this ultra-pure methamphetamine," Cranston said.

Cranston proceeded to rattle off descriptions of his former cohorts on the show, describing his sidekick Jessie Pinkman as "a little guy who was a waif, a man-child kid who always looked like he was wearing his older brother's clothes."

"And then there was me, and I had a shaved head, and a goatee and I wore a black hat. And the only thing that made sense in the whole dream was that I still walked around in my underwear," Cranston added.

"If you think that this nightmare is going to keep you from driving the kids to school this morning, you have another thing coming," Kaczmarek tells him.

A tearful Cranston then recounts that he "made bombs, and poison and I killed people."

Before Kaczmarek turns over to go back to sleep, Cranston tells her that "he was married to this tall beautiful blonde," to which she replies "keep dreaming pal."

The scene ends with a fade to black as the camera pans to a chair near the bed where we see a black porkpie hat just like the one worn by Walter White's criminal alter ego Heisenberg in "Breaking Bad."

The scene was filmed in January on the "Breaking Bad" set and might be included in a soon-to-be-released "Breaking Bad" box set, the New York Post reported.

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